About Our Host
Grey hand-crafts lessons for Hub Guitar, drawing on his training at Berklee College of Music, his practice from teaching hundreds of guitar learners in Boston, and his years of experience in the discipline of online learning.
A Note from Grey
Why does guitar education still seem to lag behind the times?
There’s a ton of free information out there. But unlike other subjects, where one can skim, learning an instrument requires dedicated practice. Unfortunately, time wasted studying the wrong things cannot be recovered.
I established the organization that was to become Hub Guitar in 2011.
Every day I went to my job at Berklee’s online learning initiative, teaching private guitar lessons after work. And when I got home, I would chip away at creating what is now Hub Guitar.
After a few years of this grueling schedule, I realized that I had a higher calling to respond to, and that I needed to find a way to dedicate all of my energy to it.
So I left my job. I packed a few things in a bag and bought a plane ticket to Bangkok, Thailand, and began a 14-month journey around the world.
In that time, my team and I have built Hub Guitar into a complete resource with over 500 lessons containing live band recordings, professionally produced videos, thousands of example images— all focused on studying fundamentals, building your guitar foundation one block at a time.
Hub Guitar’s goal is to give you professional-quality guitar lessons for free.
What do we get out of all of this? Don’t worry. We’ll think of something.
We hope you find Hub Guitar useful, inspiring and informative.